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Wednesday, December 14, 2011
- SAP continues to push HANA, cloud, mobility
SAP?s Influencer Event in Boston focused on some familiar themes, but the company is demonstrating momentum.
- Women in information technology: Can there be equality?
At USENIX LISA 2011, a session on women in information technology raised eyebrows and questions. If the industry favors men, how do we achieve equality in the workplace?
- Microsoft releases 'critical' fixes for Windows and Windows Server
Microsoft closed out Patch Tuesday for 2011 by issuing 13 security bulletins to fix 19 vulnerabilities, three of which were deemed ?critical? for Windows and Windows Server 2003.
- What to buy a geek for the holidays: The complete shopping guide
IT pros are making their wish lists and checking them twice as the holiday shopping season heats up.
- Carrier IQ software creates compliance concerns, regardless of intent
As Carrier IQ defends its data collection processes, some experts say the fact that the information being collected exists at all is a potential privacy and compliance violation.
- More disruption predicted for CRM software market
Columnist Denis Pombriant examines this year?s CRM highlights and says tools focused on engagement, collaboration and gamification will disrupt and redefine the market going forward.
- Users handle NetApp backup in the array
Headlines: NetApp backup strategies can consist of carving out space in the array instead of adding a separate disk target.
- New Sourcefire firewall with content filtering promises more control
Sourcefire has announced its new firewall with content filtering, which it says will let administrators control users? activities at a business level.
- SaaS business intelligence eases BI deployments -- to a point
Software as a Service business intelligence tools can help fast-track BI projects, but they don?t eliminate BI?s complexity. Get advice on managing SaaS BI deployments from BI pros and analysts.